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RE: Now it's cold

It's raining, it's raining...
Okay so it's more like a drizzle shading to the occasional sprinkle, but
nonetheless there is water falling from the sky and forming small
puddles. I actually turned on my wipers for almost 3 minutes while
driving to work. It will not last but for now we are moist.
We were pretty cold last night at our riding lesson. Only four people
showed up and the two of us were willing to wimp out but two ladies were
made of sterner stuff and they voted to go on. So out we went in the
chilly chilly wind, chasing cows. It's the last lesson for us this year
so I am glad we went but boy I was happy to get off that horse, I was
not prepared for the cold and I didn't have my gloves or my neck wrap
But hey - it's drizzling!


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On
Behalf Of Theresa W
Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2007 8:20 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Now it's cold

Chilly here too- only supposed to be a high of 70 tomorrow and it
might..... RAIN!!  I am so happy, I hope it pours down rain.  I love
fall here and hope this is a sign it is coming early this year.


Johnson Cyndi D Civ 95 CG/SCSRT wrote:
> A little bit of weather is moving in to our area. It's only 70F and we
> have an amazing 40% humidity. They say there is even a small chance of
> rain on Friday. I'll believe it when I see it. But what I do see right
> now is more of a lack of seeing, it is so windy (again) that
> is only a couple miles due to all the dirt in the air. Some of it
> be from the Big Bear fire but I think it is mostly dirt.  Ah,
> I long for a still day that's  not 110 degrees...no doubt the next day
> without wind will be about 30 degrees, just to spite me.
> Husband and I are going to try and watch some horsey stuff in our
> neighborhood on Sunday so I sure hope Saturday is nice enough to
> My plan is to start near the garage and start clearing away a very
> area there. We had stripped it of lawn last year (!!!) due to sand
> weeds and never resodded it, now it's full of all sorts of weeds. So I
> will work on that and see how far I get. I'm keeping my expectations
> small so I don't get discouraged...it's pretty ugly out there.  The
> veggie garden will be much easier, I only need to pick peppers and do
> some clean-up.
> Cyndi
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